Louise Elliott work of 2020

Louise Elliott (brought into the world 1969, Ashington) is a Welsh telecaster and writer.


1 Biography

1.1 Newspapers

1.2 Broadcasting

1.3 Personal life

2 References


Conceived in Ashington, Northumberland,[1] her dad Dave Elliott was an expert football player at Sunderland and Newcastle United.[2] At the age of five, her family moved to Wales – she was raised at Llandegfan close to Menai Bridge on Anglesey.[3]

PapersĀ  jimnews

In the wake of contending her A Levels, Elliott joined the North Wales Chronicle in Bangor as a learner correspondent. She at that point chipped away at nearby papers in Colwyn Bay and Rhyl, prior to moving to the Wrexham Evening Leader, where she covered the Hillsborough fiasco. After four years, she became training journalist for the Preston-based Lancashire Evening Post.[3]

Following a year, Elliott joined the Daily Post, where, for reports remembering one from Bosnia with the Red Cross for the Mostar massacre,[2] she twice won the provincial Young Journalist of the Year grant. She at that point became news proofreader of three releases of the Daily Post, turning out to be at the age of 26, one of the most youthful news editors in provincial newspapers.[3]


Elliott then took an occupation with HTV Wales as a North Wales journalist for Wales Tonight, based at the station’s Colwyn Bay newsroom.[4]

She at that point moved to BBC Wales’ Bangor newsroom as a North Wales journalist, prior to moving to Cardiff to become training reporter. As a component of her BBC preparing, she additionally revealed for BBC Radio 4, Radio 5 Live and later the BBC News Channel, as both a territorial and exceptional UK journalist. She later turned into the moderator of BBC Wales’ lead current issues arrangement Week In, Week Out and the purchaser issues program X-Ray.[3][4]

Elliott later changed to radio, joining Jamie Owen in 2007 as host of a non-weekend day morning show on BBC Radio Wales.[2][3] On 24 September 2012, she turned into the host of the station’s non-weekend day evening show, supplanting Roy Noble, yet quit a little more than a year later to seek after composing ambitions.[5]

She got back to BBC Radio Wales in February 2015 as the new fundamental moderator of the leader breakfast news program, Good Morning Wales, close by Oliver Hides.[6] Elliott left the program ten months after the fact.

Individual life

Elliott and her accomplice Tim Jenkins have a little girl Elizabeth. The family live in Llandaff, with Elliott’s girl, Harriet, from a past relationship and Elliott is stepmother to Jenkins’ little girl, Georgia.[2][7]

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